Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 14, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01666
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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TRH DAILY UN: GAINBTVtl1, FIfO)IDA, MAY 14, 190
mn


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W111 &Yneise 4 Midnotlo ss; as
O m Ir& e goeries eand I
610; Ciy 11611M. bread and pea
P. T. lt tea h e(ts; Crawl
&,DTvA. vNry sad sale stables;
PM, pltudag Nd publlslhg;
BOO Hes.. meal wedl lodging;
rmulmso, Banaaa House. fruts.
dlM Nfl t Co.. lumber r adbulk
til; tedard b e rtlrt
rtillser.
Vots 'wlU be gv om all ord
Mr Jljo prtaU l at The Sum ol
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Mrlhiel. 7W *votes.
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SIM. lx; mt rserutlcrptier
VBrte will, e votes; o w a
Iu eo prstlf at T voes o
I. san year's ptoecs followed
subtle,. S, A vote; Dw ubew
W, a db omfee' u o-year uptb
H1 ( Jlbore U 1 'claok moon. A
I),e old em rii oe, old ,


et; m w ICiM C vetbe; .000 voew
It a da of te umuemr thubs'
wdms (Lhelo 1 o'eek oon. A
$., 19OO). el -mbserther, S. 3

vles; mew subs bers 35,00 vote
JMtgdm (h *W O S *'etock no

There iso malt to the number
dabs d eomatetaut may secure.
The emi-Weekly Sram.
1. one year's subhcrlt(hiou.


thef
Sof
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Hy de' Two-Book Coura In
glhlash.
ook I ......
Hook II ........... ...
Redway' Natral Introduc-
tory Oegrphy .......
Redway's Natural School
Geography ..............
Maury-Stmouod Physcral
(l lraphy ..............
Overton a Primary Physlology
Ovprton'a Intermedtate Phy-
o1lo gy .................
Overton' Advancd P'h.YV
Soloty ............. ....
llaaren's New Writlla Ioo)k
I-h per dozen ..........
Webter's Plrimary Diction-


0


.230

.30o


to hant you need. We carry eary. ..................... .8
and the mot complete stick of 'We'..r'e ommo school
th. lictlomary ...... ....... ...
who Fishing 'Tarkle ill this ,i4C- Webster' Academic IMction-
wl- tion of the e tate. ary .......... ............ 1.
O, SaBndwick & Pacon's High
"ed ....... 75C School Word I ook ......... .40
me Bergene'. molements of Botany .5 1.30
11a 116 .. ..0 .k Information furnished teachers In
ied reference to other high school books
to gr ivn l... al iven Inter.
t'nder the contracts it s neeeary
M sii--i- ........ for all books that are to be exchanged
Sto be collected at one place, mad tat
Ie M dlt- h ......... i no exchange price will be allowed af
Pow fd 1 @& --I ter one year from date of contract
tU except where chlMres move Into the
ent U i d M eousty, In which case the exchange
Pa i d M prie will be allowed for the ftll
- pertod od eo trect. Please compare
books you have with the list. sad
nd where a dlgerece is ft nd mend
M b L books to John VIdal OGaesvtile, with
Ner wi Ml the am umt of mosey ae- r for
S------ -- ecage ad yoM will be s ppfed
Swith books Ia accordame witth e
SA contract. Do not delay til the
Ut oFWlpeinesi of your school. as so book
ll__ will be allowed l the lower grades
be ot embodied to the above Met. The
esem 123 of leol Lw -r saehool law makes it my duty to see
dat theD Bdad of Puble la tlmn tLht the books adopted are used.
at te opinrio of aoe eostract e" Permit me to advise all concerned
IT. Or M a m tr fra perIod of that I shall track the law to the let-
e pyeR. i ompiance with ti ter and any teacher's resignation will
S law, e the th f y ofp AprIL I. th be requested who allows other books
bard ap Uthe b followig book to be used I place of those adopted
Omd r the prtio of Ae year: by the board, as some have done.
o. Lite seeks. A comparison with prices for
d- (The igares I the frst column books heretofore and those required
red represent exehaage prices, and those underr the present contract will show
In the lat column the Introductory In a majority of cases a much small-
fol and mailing price.) er price.
re Unibn Primer .... ........ $ .1 A reader that heretofore cost 25
Hunt's Progressive seller cents can now be had for 15 cent*.
afy. special Editko) Part ..$.04 .12 Mllne's Arithmetic ha s bten reduced
itb- Hunt's Proressive Speller from 65 cents to 4' cents. and Fleld'n
ard speciall Bddion) Part II.. .08 .14H 'tory fr(r *.t '01 to r'* ,"nts. I
Lr; Baldwin's Prt Reader IReg- hope that all pIatrona will see that
W. ular Edition i ............. 1-.. 'their children are shlllied sith hrxks
SliBaldwin'a Seond Kead.er according to contract before .t-ldiln
R. (Regular Edition ....... 1 .3. them to school. J. L KELLEY.
un- Baldwin's Third Reader county y Sulerinlhtend.nt Public In
red (Regular l'ditlono....... .. : to rv:t l
try:; Ialdwin' Fourth and Fifth
ord Readtr Regular i'dJitionr .:t; *;o A Happy Father
TBhe ialdwin's SlIth and S- I- tsooni turiinl- to ia ;aI oin. if I.
The *'nth Re'a.l.er *Re*gular di-. lh:, to walk tlhr floor r ''%.ery iniiht will;
N. tion.) .. .. ..:; *;. 1 1 ;t crrl i: h.l,.' M~'l(;-', lt.l,v KF lit r
tc.; i.,le-clal Iklmk ~iton of %%ill h..uke' t, h1*l 1 w'ill -- 'th' it-
lie al-o 0..)l. in-r\1 ti, idll he al hy. normtr,:t! I',ri
Co.. Itldwin's Pirst Reader o7 .1jh'i r l't't f, r diorde.rted Iho. tl- ni,
Italaluin' S*e(auid KHeadr i '-sur stoniach-all t*e rhlnx ht;iai.
lers Iialdwini Third Header 1, : i. e.,d it. I'l -ant to take. s, r.. .11


Ice.

ion.
sub-
old
sub-
umb-
rib-
rip-
uag
000
sub-
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500


rW a club of Ave oseyear subecrip
tiem, 6,00 otCa.
There is no liult to the number
of cdlus eac ctestat may secure

nye Will se y"
And are always geUlag scratches.
OaL, spre au. bruies. buulms. burna
or ia- Dos't meglect such tbhinl
--4heY ma result seriously If you
SAfeby Bllard's snow LulAment

w K i go iode. the oa I a Md hee
"11 W me l 61mI


fia idt iit*i
Reader
fliadwii'm
Header


Fourth aind Filth
Sixth anid '' Setlva


Alderman ii laImatl.. Old and
New RKegular CEditionlmI 11:
Aidemniau's 'la*nlt .. Old and
New Rkegular E'di!'in ,-
Alderman ('Clasit-l. ()ld and
New IRecular KEdtiounl 3 2'1
Aldermuan'a (CaasiIdc. Old and
New IRegular KJliOtili 4 4
Alderuman a ('lassic. old and
New (Regular Edliluon 4
White's Primary History of
............34a
lrevard & Ihnnet ll His
tory of Florida ......... :6
Pleld's Gramnoar kShool
History ESpecial Kditiamon 32
Nier's S-bool History of
nland.... ......
Myer'a Geueral Hlistory Re-
Sised GO
Sumithb l'riuirz s Arithii-
tic I4
mieaths li a terming -diat,. AItlh

(p tcital andardArll ihi
Mllane Ialh Aelh ul AlglbrA*
lilues PLauine (G.,-mtr.
A'atsblorth PI'liati Trigtno


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Sdoctw bow often I e
w. He wpU rvo"shj


:L f.'. C)tnll-< no harnmf;l dru;-
I'rice '' and ,*, ce<-nt Icsr lT o.ttl, Sold
b'> M.W.l.thlno.ln

Lunar Rainbows.
I.unar r', lintw< aret *hideni olI
served in Ihe 1-**t"lwerte ziil.. V'ry
lkl .ly the I-. n -i-:.l i bnlifii' ii.i i -i *t r
fr |luleiztl li. It IN li, il, i nU,| -. ,ft
thet fultltnle s the trnple,-. weire i mmuolight is ni mr
Intemse. sany tihe &Sletlfli. Almerl tl
lunar ratil,,ws are mere fr.ique-iiy
observed They are by u nieans rare
at Iteuunioi island. At all Ilaces the
I3hit'iLn(wmon Ins moi t frtiqutnly wee
at full moon a beu the lumuon's light is
bltgest. but It li~a be-n as.n In varlok
pbasm of the moon It aa nBrat ob-
werved by Arl-ttt'e A lunar rainbow
Is prildued at full nrun Iby the spray
of the great Vi'teirla falls of the Ygrua.
to la Brail.

If you ant to feel wo .11 lI-k well
and be well, take 'role) Kidti.-
KIttedy It taIits up the klidni ani
bladder, purtllrs the bluot and r.-
t re-. health anid P-trenigth Pla'a..npat
t* take* and rontaliar nmo harnifIul
lruKg \ h> Iynot (t cllalll(kt l(toJd)> J
\ M Want advertising Is a force whlct
Wou can harness, and *ilL which yo,
-ai drive your plans aud purpoa-.,
to any desired destUnast


-,"if -
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v -, sj-r.?s an akeboic utimmW
y a 'i.vryS rar-uVy.#$Ask
I'' them.M H ode mU u-ri~

v-' T ask c mrhim


NEW


0


F roeTa SCAUTTO
a CAWO TOPd


The New Pedection Wick BIk
Flame Oil Cook-Stove dilS
from all other oil stoves.-lt A
SCAB INET TOP. Th7
means you can keep dishes mI
utensils within easy reach whie
cooking. and can istp) fd A
after rf rtisrn it from three ie.
From its wonderful burners
iu rcks for holding towels the


PERFECTION


Wkk NeDe Fine OB Cok-Smve
s without equal. Its prriple of co raed he tat mwean that dt work
ca dm quickly and without the kitchen being heated to an unbearabe
m dpeB. Ca be lihad instantly and turnd "high," "low"
med0ium" at will. Th sizes. With or without Cabitn
Top. At your dealer's, or write our nearest lncy.


wM


U .~~ ___


Lamp el
sibhw gt. ivesit
N&edt'A- 60i the I .ecoew .Of a.&e
Ih~~iW dr made tbesgoutr .Eic~dkir1beis
fth "d 1wy ; U a" with yewr
om~w s- Cf
04 -


Need have no terrors for you. lPutting
money away nafely is insurance agallist
advernity. No one Phould I without
this protection. We invite you to make


THE DUTTON BANK

YOUR DEPOSITORY




We are ~ pr i yier land title basins with


n tch, a w we parate ustisfaction.


We maintia


a cemtete Tu-Pyinj Aiey, which you should employ


to look after your taxes


The
11.


Alachua County
I!. i' I|.'oN, l'r. -,,l nt.


No Order
SHlf s 215


1


Here It Is!


Abstract Company
1'. C I t\\ I. ,.-'1 r. ..-.


roo Large
CMN ViELLE, FMIM


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p:---\

A' :^fL


SWEAKS


FN


ITSELF!


FOOTE& VIES CO., G aI Blkn
14 WIr Fw .. ia emuv kFIi


G


FISH


TACKLE


ve acationj I


time, to 0u1 better look
overr your tout1t nmd Pee


HARTSFIELD GROCERY CO.

WHOLESALE -



Groceries and Grain
'rT TIlE TlHAlE ONLY


nou


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THK DVION SIJN: A0iNKSVILLE. VI,4,IDiA, MAY I 1, 19099


NEW TRAIN WILL BE

WINNER FOR PUBLIC


GAINESVILLE CAN-

DIDATES WORKING


TIME HAA BEEN DECREASED THREE ARE NOW OVER THE


*ETV.CEN ALL POINTS.


Can Ncw Be vred 'The Business
4.' C I


. *

S! .ilh o,
ti- Ir I I *' *. 1. \. ,i ..
No.4.' :;u l I''. I l'. r I ls. l;.ir4.' eif
4'apt lll' Frederic k and '* lly"
H1unt a. -nginveer. will do "some run-
ninig twtwoerin Ocala and Jackson-
\ille. and will doubtless be used ex-
tel'nc lit-s In thi futi ir'- h\ the travel.
ing pul'lil
The ter l'e' ha. only )ween in olpera-
tion a little over one. week and it is
already doing a very satisfactory busi
ness. but 8ulwrintendent McArthur
realized that too much time was con-
sumed on the schedule. In order to
make it more popular with the people
and more remunerative to the com-
pany. be has made a new schedule.
shortening the time nearly one hour
and thirty minutes between Ocala
and thit, cit
I'nder the new schedule. this train
will lease Ocala at 6 a. m. and ar-
rive at Gainesville at 7:4.'. and ar-
rive in Jacksonville at 10::',. a. m.
Returning. It will leave Jacksonville
at 4:1.' p m. and arrive in Gaines-
ville at 7:32 p. m.. reaching Its desti-
nation at 9:110
This will give the people of Gaines-
ville a much longer stay in the State
metropolis. and It will also afford a
much more convenient schedule for
the citizens south of (ainesville to
visit here and have more time dur-
Ing the day. They can now spend
all or half of the day here. as It
leases them. and then get home
<.arl> in the e 11114 n n

Hick*s CAPUDINE Cures Sick Hea
ache
Also Nervous Headache. Travelers'
Headache and aches from Grip. Stom-
ach Troubles or Female troubles.
Try Capudin'-It's liquid---ects im-
mediately Sold' byv dtrit'rt.ot



GAINESVILLE


HARDWARE CO.


Full line of Palmer


Hammocks just


re-


ceived-$I, $1.50,

$2.50. $4, $5, $6.


General


Agents


for


F. W. Devoe's Paint


-wears longer,


goes


farther, spreads easier

than any other paint

on the market today.



SOe our show window

display of Draper &

Maynard Base Ball

Goods.




GAINESVILLE


HARDWARE CO.


HUNDRED THOUSAND MARK.


Card dates in Western SectOn


a -


Are


Cic't R.'ee for


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1 I $ ,1 \ IlI' I *I(,* I 1 ,. '
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S;!'thitg was the Mtanding of the
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Gatnesvill--Central 8
* .l.?.i< Evant .
i Addle (;oode
SK.-t*'le I al .....
Marguerite IA'dih'tter
ie .ie Carer ......
S(Gertrude Harrod.
SNora Stalls .
I Iele.n Holde'r
SM ra S Swearingen.l
lMary FIernandez
SAura M. I~ewl......
I.lanc

ection.
.... 3o.O~

r .... S3.214
W .44.21190
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.\Iic.e c< haffer 4."o4
N W Taylor ... :.74
Nlami.r Crouch ..2.94
NI:als-l Willianm ..... .
(rac' Ilullard ....... 2.110
Maude .McKa ....... ..I
Annie Itell Taylor 1.74
Fannie Whitling ... 1.47.
F%.\ I'auknight ... I.
Joanna Morris ............075
Ella Ialley ............ 1.02:.
Ike ttie (Goss ............. :..


Eastern and Southern District.
Ils .MIabel McCredie.. Micano.py .*,.;o
Miss lAna McCredie. Micanopy .,.os0i
Iuis. llattie english Tacoma ... 6.7.'
iliss Ikesaie Walt*. Hawthorn .6h.30.,
.Miss Ella Jolly. Orange HeIfchts 41.275.
lMisA Agnle Zetrouer. Rochelle 2':.2I.o
M~.i Pauline Carlton. Mica-
nolpy .. ............. .22.790
\iias 'ordtelia Crown. Rocky
Polut .. ................. 20..'164
\i.-, Ikertie Shaw. Fairbanks 1. !.2,4
\lic. Alnniie I.(ci.. IHawthorn 17.77.
li..ss I'a'tie fZetromer. Rocwhelle 1'.,t;:.
li.. Eii iin a I;uthri.e. ( ochelle .x:,
\i-- I.ul;t PeIrry. RoHhelle. !.10 :
M1i. .I h. wl (odwin. Ilalwtlirn x.#;.,
.%litis Marti.a Strickland. \,WA(1<> ..16;"
lits. Nellie kew\vs. .Mirainopl\ 4.4e0'
\Itc- Mattie .hliim 11 g.. Re h'lle .1 2.'1.I
'.; i,.- l. 1iiln i i-lte'iz W\ .ilhio .- I.'
\ I- Itlitr" i Ioli.ift Mliuanw ,p, ."
\lf-' (; ',if r ;ia ll ', "l l:it 'h 'l
1 i k I C.'amb
.. -- \ 4rt1 I, (11 tlr.i l rli;i NM Ir.
I, 1 4 I .'l"i
\'i;-. Ml.i I H iI ll r.tii < lthii l I I :,,
\ d. I..& \i i fi.- M till.-
1 7 'I 1 :
II I I I f" i i I. i i l I '
\ \' .liii MilI ....i ........ \ ll,' I .
1 ; l: tI '!. l; 1' *.1l t
\ V.tI,4.lltli Stif \\ r.l', 7"
Mli- M. rl h ifr lla iiiid, 1i.itt
I Iior l ;..:;1 .
Nlik-. Mair) toiil .. Atlatl r.
Walldo .,
%i. Manale tail.'y Waldo 200
\l t 4;.rl i l tdle lli F .i.ill
laill c k.k I-''
.\II.. (rar le Moore,. land
G rove ..... ................. 100
Western and Northern Section.
N11 b.. Hatti' ludwig. Titha t .7 4~-
.-. Vida Itarroii Iell ,,
Mi-i. Annie Kirkliend Alachua t;|i* I
IMr. 11 Maddox. Archer ,t :. .'
S1M .., EllI.n I.t-%il. Arre-dondo 7-.7;i'.,
MNI s. I.ucinda ir.ant l 14ll 11 4, :'#I
Mli., Eha Pusell, Ala' hua 4'.:,7-.,
Mi-- Rosa I' lthr., lllgh
MirHI& I. 9 4
Sjoring- .: l.%A1
MNIi- .'At. li Hiol1 Arre.dmicdo ;l es.
N.Il. I.IIzaie A ri ett. Ne'.tlwrr. 2'.21-'I
M11-" .I,'e, I Stanm l' llin ue'g II.;'
L1 1 '. llA ht .' riA 1 -"
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Do


You Feed Your


Family Lard?


The thought of taking into your stomach raw lard-hog fat-is
repellent; then why take it in cooked form? There used to be a
poor excuse for lard; now there is no excuse at all.
Coto/cne is the perfect shortening and frying medium. It is pure,
healthful and digest ble-there is not a trace of hog fat in it. Its
basis is choice cotton seed oil refined by a special process, and
then sterilized and deodorized. The use of Cotelene is the secret
of healthful, digestible cookery.
Call up your grocer this minute and order a pail.


COTTOLENE is Guaranteed o ar r bmb a
tborid to f yo
money in cae you are not I lead, after having giva Caoe a fair es t.
Never Sold In Bulk Caer s p.kedd il paith a i .-
_I thbt top to keep it clam. hfrh and Wel-
swe, an pmrvet it from catching dust and abao rbifur dimagriable edoe
mech u as 6i, e. etc.
Cook ma PrFe tFo a 2c semp to Jt pMa.w. w maO
you our ew "'lPt p D COO
edited awld comply by Mrs. Mary J. Licon. the fiamWs Pod apeat. mnd
am itaiIn aewly 3oo valuable recipes
Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. Chicago

"Nature's Gift from the Sunny South"
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SHERIFF'S SALE.

Ind'cr an'l hl.~ %irtue of ani order
and d'cre< e made. and centered by the
ludge of the Circuit Court of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida. In
and for Alachua county. In Chancery.
-lated Ma. l 1'th. 1919,. in a certain
case' there'iln l ending herein I). I.
Martin i# complainant and John
Hanlpton aind l.awer Hunt ar.- de-
fendants. I will e.ll at public out
(r. before the court house door at
;ainets\ille. Florida. on the 24th day
of May. A I1. 109. during the l-legal
hours of sale to the highest and test
bidder therefore for cah. the follow-
ing described personall prolwpty, to-
A it
One cream-colored horse. named
"Charlie". one black tolp bugy. alnd
one set of harness; Maid property to
be sold as the property of Lawyer
Hunt. one of the defendants In the
IT "' I '
1' (. RAMSEY.
Sheriff of Alalchua county Florida

LADIES, WIHY NOT PRE-

SERVE YOUR YOUTH

AND BEAUTY?

Nothing bo d.etra.cs fronw th, at-
trac(ti\ lce. :- of tuoni>na as dull, faded,

l' llil thlu Ia i liia aill ni, lti)oI.1 huert
S lr I' i Il t 0 I, .lle,' 1-, o 11i n h. SUil
I tii l '.Pi I' 1.t1i S a lIi hit i;t .it- re i ia I'A on c-all ill
( ; l.l % ll. .11 1 I l, 4; l .A wltl i l "t \ l
M1 .ltimii.-oi a.i iti ,. .i ld ith a rigid
ala...l.t*l<'" at ,-4 e *lit.i- a tlotlle
Sincs' it. inlroducl io'lt l itolt Anerica.
i'ariiiaan SageK ha- h;id al Imnrtlirat
salt.. aind he.re are. the' reasons
It is safe' and harnleh-. s
It c killingK hlr dandruff K'erin
II stopI* falling hair
It proniptl. ,top.-,. lithing of the
.. aIll
It make* lhe( hair ,oft. lolsry and
lI %lriivi.,
It gie'* lifted and lwaut)y to the hair
It is not sticky or greasy.
It is theb daintliet lprfumed hair
rli our l ..i
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It i- it.< t it, i#emont pi-akant aand
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Gral, CGardeq Seed aqd Fertillairs
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v 'ighet market prite pal for Chltkeine ad. PmdeC

a Comply. 4eto u of Hay. 4Cur. Ust. Iror. beam. :.l. Cu.-
SWd. Meal wmd Rye. We andle o ly the Very Ses goud
at Lest Prtoee. ow 'ar ate sUetaoEU a.a.&sy
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Will lh issued about April 15th. If you desire copy
cut out and mail this coupon to us:


it. H. LEVY, BRO. A, C(.,
Savannliiah, (a.
(W'rite witlih -ncil)
Pllease tsendi ie at ccpy of your Mail Order
C('talogth' for Spring lail Summer 1909.

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eriads and is read) ou the- silKhlte-
p-llet to st up a claim to it aiyr
exIt the pre*suret Inrt--4e l to a'iUlrl
t. This the *turdy liollaundr. wai
ther l w of freedouna aud ladeetlad
M pOemed tme and again through.
th e smarie would undoubtedly op
pou. The only alersatlti would I.,
a rWslaa of the old cuuanuusaralthr
PUrtaasIly the birth of the price..,
h atow" g d. aGd paseifly for rII
iNS tb faI ctS sf *i..* .ltr aatlhv*


iected. Een the Prae-nlt hiluiself Out last night? Headache and nerv.
aben t(ou.ulted as to hi. al.ts r.'- ou this morning? Hicks' Capudise TO
garding particular schedlul.a is corn Just t thing to At you fur businla
polled to confe.a... hat h,. s a t ro Clear' the ead braces the erv W EST Fe OReDA
In the .-all'r, sl. iad whtill. ht. I 1.. ( Try IL At drug WoEST F R ID A
say bo. It I p rfe- t I.4 l % kionu that
he. tt ). i. de'-. L id IK a I lrx, 1. on Mr Aidi .M h a Iana t itlia U I'MJ im.g gV I V A
the adl4'e andl judgit,.it eof th.'I h la." I th, t. BA r hIadl t ittIE 1 1a
actor frous. Hllt endl Irl-l- SEA BO A R D AIR L IN E

CURRENT COMMENT. ONDAY, MA Y 17
MONDAY, MAY 17
Thi"- ,Spriini. tid .\ia- .., 1* 1 4,, --i Ii TiP RATES FROM AIESVILLE----
*lnd a). Iorsu r S.ret.ar' ea rl .. .l k ('itly "** |. ,, .h i .&1 r
Straus as ur'e. u tihat th H..lte ..t ;-, l "it [,. ak *. a 1
polihles a ill 1ot suer a(t the hands f'n IL COu i. .s I s ...... .
uf PI'reideut Taft A thIng that mnore *, ../444' liMii .... .. tilli .
dircll concerns th e public at this hl Iea~ Pvelras t iv'r .Illli'ti l .. .'
tinmae Is whetherr the Taft poullet-s are IM Allge e Is
likely to eufer at the hands of uMen l'*N *Ti. 6T.f
atr Aldrkh All TLke i. aluatall to May .'4 P
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BXTlUlNMuAT THS PUSLI dnltoe kitel In )entIl. but one cam
readily imlag)n that the Igrave' entle-
Dr. W. comineakm er ot men who r cstitute it mInt have
plite hbellot eago. bha bee chckkted to themaelve as tkhy mnW s
SSiving sowm 1 t advice on the ared the width of Coargres' mine A
hiwly but highly important subject woman throwing I-ft handed at a
of the xtralmlst of th e Ies. myf dwek rarely provpel her bolt kns arc-
The AtLets Jearnal. curately than Congress emna to
fth eoM oet be necessary to ay have dose in thii. Its ffort to exer-
thatt r ore of the moat efect ise Its consitutloOial powers or A PURELY VE ETA E COMD.
SIro agencies In the diossemlnatloa of interstate commerce. Therefore. loCMwN
-ase -O that their extermi.atlo. while at @rot glance the decision may ...E. I .... .1 A-
aa the samier set a advaucra., it eem tragical to those who aplpreciate CURES P
Sowc of the most Important work. of *he evil re.ulting shen railroad% A UARANTr-- Cu~e f,,r all diamses conau by a TO.
* prearatlo b to be undertaken while mine and o.1I coal. we nli. i.rle.,,mwrl Pp L WVR. One ttlU purchased to-day many we you a serious
Stbe oi yet time. enjoy the humor of the situation af- nick spell bomorrow.
Dr. Evans st oely Indicates the ter Iltting the assurance that C(on MIL. CM L &M' OTIlIE-PU C5 4 OI GET HTI GHU
* importance of this worLk .ut h e Iv gres6 has the power to deal efectual- BA LARD SNOW NMEN T CO.
Sareful direction as to bow it is to ly with this problem. Por. now Jhat 9S N 12Nw Sesiad SWl 4, ST. ^I N MO,
be rrid out. He aiven the formula the Spreme Court has In thin dell- "Hd aIud lm oemn ldo b f
of a poliso that will kill the. ll and cate way pointed out It power, we JOT
at the ame time will in nowlse en- my lduge In the hope that Corn W M JO .I
danger humaa life. gre will take sntps to xerrine It --
S A dram of bhbromate of potash. in a manner that means something
Sdi lved two Mo ces of water aud more than m re orator)."
sweetened, is the cheap ad effective The Chicago Record-Herald says: T PEW R
meod of eeouraglas the lies to '1The Bank of England refuse- o give PEW R
SkI mm t elves. bach to Turkey the $6,000,0W which nE
Th arm ether saltary regula- Abdul Harmd squeezed out of the peo
ti.s. Ithgh, that the health report pie and deposited In the English In- MJ-L MK F I8F0" B
aya osagh to beO eerelsed. Here are sttltlo. It ib aderstood that the
iam of th ways ested: refusal Is based upon t theory that *
Series ytor widowa and oors retrnih the money would establish 1i r NU
Ibemre ly the. a dangerous precedent, inasmuch as
Serlm a llSoo. especially milk. the Car of Rausia. the Klng of Italy Write or Prims, Term., Etc.
Keep Si away from the stek. ea- and other oMrbeh have followed the
peday these with m tatlol- 4. former ltuaT c-ur tn eIaor- & M
Ia SNe tI o prove for raiay day. If the 4 Wm t a~ y St.
I --m the bwredin places of Bank of anstaId ito us to at- JACKlKONVILE, ILA.
e-a a ~ tn rd tre ofua all kiag who h P~. fa~. W. L. DENHAIM Amit I
TIhe bs ing h be dmen*: are I anger of dethiermemet it
8I0b11e 1 tr-ie uof Oe or bee a0bt be a"ke to work up qute a
m r e eaami d 0 arboge f ~es buses. We have. a saer of tariff
med oeer rew. kais tio this coutry who will doubt-

Sel C tl i h daily. I m repositor that will beo ao.
cl the bea ewery week. fari mltely sate."
OlAt 1e wt ar ee or ldde Tam & Jacoville
I woh. WITH THE PARAGRAPHERS. -
Poar Lheres to the dratai; keep -- IP TIVE DIO 1. 101.
sewer a sylrs In good order. Smile and hell smile with you -If
Clan. oPdjrs every day; keep *he's jst down frm Oneorgit.--ime-
a ive pr meant solution of carboMe Uem. o Lav a Gaineeville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo.
M o. tlow Ian to ume. Tt Mye sentence was emoh ca point South....................... 10:10am
-- rt a Lm On t e. to In -y w-- Boyle with In. n .. .*
sonme. balld doors, back of radl- ito an woman Iole with l u Returning, arive Gainesville ... .......... 4:25 p w
aters or unear tovae
No dirt-w.. ies.ve Gainetville for Sampson City, Palatka,
rTh -m- is alrod at and for Wom are msll vigorously protest. Lke City, Valdoet, and all points North 6:00 p m
arryig out these dlrtcties and a Ig against Congr"es acting as the
Careful eboervane of the rules wlU Implement to hold their hosiery up- Returning, arrive Gainoeville ................ 9:30 p m
do much towards preserving the Times alou.
oeal of th city during the oth A. L Ghs, Sbe Sept. L E. Barker, Trafe *'gr.
to toie. Anyhow. Plorida will not have to
try to upset the constitution of the
THI TARIFF PROBLEM. unitedd State,. which Is something in .
---- our favor. Miami News-Record. tke est and 7 rthvwet.*
No more remarkable situation er Dix and South Atian Umit
existed in the natlioLal legislature of There is more catarrh nl this wsee-e r andSou Atanmitd.
a great natlUo than that which con- tion of the country than all other dis D FL sOutT I aT :Mt;
Drlr. FLYTr.
fronts all Inqulriev for ufuormation eams puit together,. and until the laqt IM I
regarding the tariff bill. say( our few years was supploined to be Incur P p.m. I.v. Jaktontile. A c 7 p a
Washington correst iondet. It It no able. For a great many years doc- i.. LV. .,, ro I I '
exaggeratiou to say that there is just torn Ipronlloiiled it a local dlsea.- and s. s A.r t*I... C ol4.. A, i a.
.1 a. m .Ar. Atl.tm e.Oft 4 e m
one man out of the nearly fl',e hun. by conataItl f.iiliing to curte with ol l..*a M. Ar. Chitteno W. & A
dred members of Congreth who real alal treartntint. |iroliouliitcd it incur s ip. m. Ar Na.ivulre N. C& .i. I..
ly understand the ilnll!ierralea;l*- able. lSie'lceh- has proeni (tl;arrh 7.JI am. Ar. St Louau I. c
schedules of the- tariff lill. the ,efftc-.t tt b,' a cniirtiltutlonal dbia.-e aind sep m. Ar. Fastsivl I.. AN
12 #1 m. Ar. Terre Haute F.. & I H.
of their pIrolmloNd moditniat oioil. awll thelrefor requilre.s contutit ulioal treat C.7a. L_ Ar. ChIcago C. & .l I
the reasons therefore. went. Hall's Catarrh Cure,. maniufarc At Kioilu L. AN 11.4II m.
Thb..i. u *I. ui.ni). ut (o ,. Ule turned by F J. ('heney & Co, Toledo Ar. (:obn d L. a ip a-
hlihik tll.) utlder-.t.lad .,ie.- or aor,. Ohio. is th.' 'nlly contitutional cur. Ar. Paris L.AN p. n
peelic hdut. but ak an> n. n th arket. It is taken lite.rall Ar Lnon I.. N p
specific s-edes bu s a e-i Ar Ciocianltw I. & N S pm.
etr for (cl-ar-cut. definite expllana~tion.ll'. dlos*' frorll tl dropl* to a te('a.i.nn Art Lh~on L & N t6 p m.
of this or that .echedule-. thi r.-ai rul. It acts directly on th.- bhloi and and:. I, 'i',t I i mu
P IK k ) II n
for and effne-ts of IrolpeNrtd ir createss IIIUC'OEu urfacSt of thIe y)steIl.Trm Th. .\. R k L a
or decrease. and llai.t on conll.pre oUleFr on1e hundred dollars for any Art.,..',, P K *la r.
bheulve aLswers. land Msni..r or la '- 'ai It fail( to ('urc'. S.end for cr u-
ter you will ge.t the. hIal>. I'Ip3. 1. ak lar.l aRd tes.tlnional'. Address. ,. ; ,, ,.
Aldrich." F J. CHENEY & (CO. Toledo',. ",'. ,,
The powerful Ilflu ncae- which this old by druKggist. 7:, .
baneful itualtioi c-ulifers. in lthie. n. Take Halllu Family Pills for con HI aHyt .n'k,.,, lrl i. .
ator froa HRhode Islaiid. IM.pularl. stiiatlon.
knouwu ase the hligh Prlrif.t of P'rotfc
tlutn, can easll) b apipre'lutced \hen -
the tariff bill is f nall ena.ted i to Europe for r, et lie get. Init ____ ________________________
will b' the work of Nelson H Alhi h aftr, ut r..t
is the' exceXthlioi r which IroreUA the
drich and It is hardly necessary to rl|
say that those spewlal ilul.Trer'e for rule
Which Ar Ari chr r .tartij CAPUDINE for "THAT HEADACHE."L u


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THE DAILY SUN: HAINI8VfLLF. FLORIDA, MAY 14. 199


COIrETE VISITS

UIVESITY THURSDAY

WERn ESCORTED ABOUT CITY


BY PROMINENT CITIZENS.


Taken to the Grounds and Buildings
of the University in the
Forenoon.

The coninrittetr al> l i 1I 1 ti.i li'
,' r:o ,' of \eit ti xg li:. \.-r;. ;, Sti.
i I t tit imiir, aind re-idi. ii a re-'l-, I
i i)lm oernltim their eundit i 1. I:< .-'-. ** e
arri cd here on '.Wedicr-olu> '\ 'ii nii
iaid 1 re. ni t i at I '' e. I,
r' n lllit- ( ill/.* t i "
(On Thuirldayt ncirtiitn ti o.inl,.ii
to-ct. (oni Imnt-d of I '1 ntoi t'. i .
and I1. II. ltiaker. anwl e t\te% \'J. J lt.rratmic-. 1. 1Mleir
ale. Waltt.r Par;: and 'T,.rr,,ll wcr..
called u-tion hl b a nttil.l -r of the (itii
sens and driven to the- grounds ,at
the 8tate I'niversity. They vihltted
the ENieriment Station Farm. Inspiect-
ed the grounds and buildings, and
after completing their labors were
tokei. for a drive about the city.
winding up at the University High
Pcrhool. where. by sleeilal invitation.
they were shown through the school
The committee were made to feel
that Gainesville is imbued with edu-
cational spirit, and they expressed
themselves as being highly pleased
with the courtesoes extended and there
spirit nl which they were entertained.
Among those in charge of escortin
the gentlemen about the city were
Major W. R. Thomas. Ir. J. L. Kel-
ley. Capt. Geo. M. Lynch, Dr. Andrew
Bledd. Geo. P. Morris. Dr. J. H.
Hodges and Hon. Syd L. Carter.,
"'ty lkit in the afternoon via the
Seaboard for the return trip to Tal-
lahassee. accompanied by Judge Car
ter. who has been here for the |aitt
few days on business.
While it is not known what the
recommendation of the committe -
will be concerning the Univertsity
i nd the general ashool interests of
the State. It is generally tellieved
this city will fare well in their re-
port to the State legislature.

The want ads. do more real estate
business than all other brokers uOC
bined--n fa ct they "start" most o'


tbh bIusness that t o
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brokers ac


WHY GO UN-



PROTECTED!


When lay calling oi ''l
( ;ail'.Villle Furniture ( ',)i- I


you will r-ceiv\c :i
W1llt thi, .;ard! 1ia-


INt-tll lific -Al


'asih purcli-ases.. ii)tlitil^
to .$3, rt-turn iit witl ;I
celit- ill staillsrW a1111 yau
will receive a


$1,000.00


ACCDIDET POUCY

Is.iit'd loy The 'North Amer-
ican Acciit'ient I nstirance('c (%).
of C'hiicago, Ill.. gibo4l fior

ow,11 year ABlI( I A'FIEi

A-k to wrev or hut
.\rt Stoart-, .Japn ~lMattinig
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Scott's Eu Iion
is for coughs and colds as
well as for consumption.
It's easy for Scott's
Emulsion to cure a cold
or cough and it does it
better than anything else
because it builds up
and strengthens at the
same time.
Don't wait until you get
Consumption or Bronchi-
tis. Get Scott '.

MWb I mh& a ~&m MWd
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The Fairy Hounds.
In some years stoats appear to be
more numerous than In other., and
they are seen not min nes atlnd two<.
but In doess. bunting together In
small rocks. The late E. T. Booth of
Brighton. when shooting In Fast
Iothban one autumn. met a pack of
stoats which attacked a terrier he had
with him ard would not be driven off
until be and the dog between them
had killed more than a dosen. Stoats
will bunt together from went and In
ell cry7 lke a peck of bounds. ooe al-
ways keeping the line and followed
closely by the others. This eight has
bees recorded by diterest obeervera.
who have also seas weasels hbuattlg a
the same way. There is a popular so-
tie Ina the west of England that harm
ae habuted at night by packs of little
falryl boud. locally called "dandy
dogs." and thee are aid to be wee-
ose. which the wet country folks call
"fatries." prosousltag the word
"valry" and talr." Some of them de-
clae that they bare se and watched
the chase with awe.-Leodo Graphic.
Peetle Juoties
A ma whose soul had bees tortured
frequently by the remarks of hbl wife.
who takes a fiendish delight In setting
a price on the habndsomie* clothes woru
by other women. one day fouid s..Cct
comfort ln the tncautious comment of
a woman In a crowded car.
"Oh. yes." amid that observing other
woman. "the hit looks well enough.
but It ii cheap It couldn't have cost
a cent more than SEI.
Thereupon said the man to his wife:
"Whyi do you alwn.ys pick out the
most expensive -lIothies for especial no-
Ltce? Why don't yon lewk at some-
thing cheap once In awhile? There
are ctbetp things wrnu. There Is a
bat In this very car that cost o4nly 1
The wonan Just behind us pointed It
out a IIIIIIUti' NA"'"
"\Vt' 'i" m:it l lq wilfe.. "you are the
last Io'rS c n on rlh-i ili., ought to feel
prtld i f it ft w. 11s me ,hei was talk-
I.;g al)'ut" ."Ntw York Tianes


Old Englesh Flint Class.
L~arm. 'q ca: I iiw- -fIk,11.11 .41 pots sb
t' .re- a iiocdlted i ht-i ta'sccrl-.tilue-utA
ecriled sum; lwiig ,o -ivr. Ijv-.i% nwd thick
its 4 ry-4tal
A grea:it iiiel-.wrel .1 : Ot I g to te
u):l'etl ure %i h.-ii ti- -. l tiio ..r Na1t
In I eNe dr,-% e t liIie I, l 4- rt i-t I tn nc-1fr.im
1Fruceo ri ttiiie', ct t et:ec. ItnE
za lid. anld the f~ ceefam. rIntrit. ii glit"..
grio- ~ ureitil It 't 31 ctii-Aeler-41 mu perle r
to, thait eIt ltoeleeeeull.
I'ra-cj ; 17...1'- it n .-it li l we baa it
but fe-w puriculare The.-M. ime a l iEd-
Ling. raier( i v a im tte'r i10 4:1 l Vl Isrow-
Itielint 3a :iz;.Ler cef the Icljie1'et s-lass
tor (-11.1 omli- aec.ln he eat b'couwe
% e P, -- a rue -o It 11 .1% 1 (I'elejo.W hi lte
Ismoy. h.auli ully plaile di enamIl
C l4er4 tr It it it -1 1ewrc,4. etc. Iln
actI. It t Imu Is re-a..m is,14-i-s a g l-3 prt w
lain It fi.jgettinag searc-. tee,. and fin.
pieces are liucremA.iiaj itoe aue.-I.ondon
Opinion.
Porcine GGrcm-t:y.
Sevewoyear-teid Wlliaem bad ieeuewe
the proud twcinr eir amngIe-I 1Plg une Iin-
sltoed ulpelin buit ig nallthet -are of It
bluisiwf Aft- ttteritf-%-teoke~s as lb.
11i8 dietwic-t Owe 1 t-e t ,sr it .. as faethe'r



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ro THE STREETS FOR

TIE DICTCE RIDERS

)RDINANCI MAKES NO PROVISO.
ION FOR USING SIDEWALKS.

New Ordinanc to Be Pr-ented at
Adjourned Meeting of City
Council renight.

Th. ni. a ( i *n It l o(llintncl at the I ,s.ll ting of
hluit I)di tollnight.
Thll t i itidiiiat,-c. it i- .taildi. ill
',hittt th. i i ld ,.t- of he...- % hlcl. -
r iis ling the lit, l\ ia:lnd the.. will n %ilv h, ala
!', w l t Usr- heori)tilou hfare- wh.re.
here i,. actually tlo Ipj\ilng IIl|M) the
t r '* t.
That this will prov-' Ipollar there
no IlIoubtl as nunriroius coni|plaint.
ha- is--i,.li made onuc-ritlng the* man-
tnir In which hicyclitts monopolize
:he- sidewalksa and the utter disre-
;ard they show for the indestrian.
A large number of citistns have
Iwbn run into. and in some instances
have been Injured by the careless
manner in which the bicyellst have
tw-n allowed to use the sidewalks.
The action of the new couacil will
meet with the hearty approval of the
ctlaens, and whHle a number of par-
ties use bicycles with discretion.
many delivery boys have paid
no attentikm to the law or anythim
Sele.

HOTIING TO A


Hyomeol Is guaranteed to Cure C
tarrh or Moey Bask.

When you suffer horribly from ca-
tarrh and are constantly sunalig and
snuffing. hawking and sldtting. and
doing other disgusting things, remem-
ber there is a certain cure, called
Hyome pronounced High-o-me).
which Ii guaranteed to cure.
Hyometl will give joyful relief to
any catarrh sufferer n five minutes
and it gives remarkable relief to con-
sumptivees.
Ironmel is medicated air prepared
from the extracts taken (Ironl the gi-
ant eucalyptus trees of Inland
Australia. Wlhric. .aiutrrI ur consump-
tlon are-. : .
You hre.athe in this healing and
antisjtic air through ;in inhalerr aili
this air. %ith its Imrculiar rsoillhii
I)rolw'rti*.,. pI .i-ii M e-r th.' itiflail
,d1 aud ge-rti ridl,,-i niec-nilhr;iie- ( for
i rtll ;tall1;'. th -e f1;' illl ttiotlu. aH ill
II .1 ihIl't iiit ,, V-oiiiilet th i' ure-s th,
A com(i 1 *1'-,' 1l' i* l i, mi ltit%. w lilt+
ilnatleid,- :i hitra rilller ilihaler that
'A ill 1. I :i li I i V ;tl< ;1 e te ttl. eel
ai i ni. t -.,i (t en1 o t .; ,r.a I.
| e < -t ee <*' let-. S H ifItI i-1 '- *' \ It t",1L e It .e it1l III l!l',
all' .1 1 .1 \ 1 M 1 t',lliti A & ('C li.
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Books, Statlonen
Sbeet PIctereS0
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UN A N W )(cW J I A t 1 'H A 1% V
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lea t c u ph i i vijel irIars lie 1t u1,04c1
himie ithe9 111,ll Fuleys iiusey and an dSOwlCTFJ
Tar J W eMe'CulutiU & CO. V M
Typewriter ribbos b sle ft uthO&1s IN"PLO"IW
eice. Tbh ea t wti b( t rkeL W Osly MMSf&
fsovet) Sev cents All colos aed fr
wr os -ill tamd-d uwhiO


TA


The Lg Distance System


One of the wrtm valuable features operating In varilam eo*ole of ae
of our norvce, to our subcribers and country, are uniform In their olp
to the public 1en eraly, 1 our a onc- moet and In their mothoms of ep M
tion with the otensiveo lon distance Stai
line of the American Telephone and Only by reao n of t.his la a etl
Telegraph Co-npany and the ether as- arrangement between tohe Bll Tl>
isolated *ell Telephone companies. pI hn oomponl"eIs It polible toi go o
We own thouse ds of miles of leg a ell Telepho e almost anywh
distance lines In the seven States in ask for "Loe Dslatamn" an be pMt la
which w operate and In additi ean c:-.mm ntlatl: with almot any palMt


connect any tloephono in our system
with IlnsO extoening to any other onty
In which a *ell Telephone sysatm l
oeprated.
Thoe l on distanm e .... are of the
meet modern and Improved e9stree
ties ad am maIlmtaled at a hi
tate of e lteBsy. Thew Bell h


in the ontry.
This vast network e of wivre, Wfe
,ng througheut t*e st-mL -,
daily In ommerss and fVr NNW poo
po es tbyhe hmke, the frmr saM
sitneas in all waN of N and ow

Vm ShOW.


Southern Bd Tele


phoe


and Tel


NOMINATION COUPON--

TLhu J So M baswl "Ipwdu Clg


God fr N1 Votes


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Only (NE Nomination Coupon will be counted for
ally one, iMr)tll. Bring or nmil to The Sun office.
Df.1 M M t 0 l- '&M


TH E SU AND MERCHANTS' C OERATIE

CONTEST ITING COUPM


GOOD FOR


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Tisir O'eluoe iay I*- rapta t The Su T nak Su o*e o at t i of t$# samo ao.
'A *I II- l.#- 'ocehit's. NOT UOOD A1rM MAY 31, 1I


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Don't Be Caught N


B it I,. "* : '' ..! .!,ig" tIa, nd like the wie, virgins have

CIA IIyour lamp trimme I and
burning if your house
catcheet fire during the
iligtI, and an illurcatCc
l,,li(y tucked safely away
that will cover your loos
in a good, ound compa-
ny like tile comllnias.
...* A we represent.


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IHM PIJL SUN: (IAIN(IVILLL FWIUIDAi *NAVl 14 190_


Sr al_-it L. FLINT A.,D NDER.

ITUJOR OF
1 s e A frIted of mine 1'f Jut Wly apaused
saw seem & was o IXV abt all-int LN own bayh ood @ad
ir t- I tagrewe |o| tell the stf"y of ?1 i .t'er h aknltg
S-o I I man efi t dp him In ld and I.T,',ng, '.i:n out on his
g e Ib se hwl. TMb rh us wbhen b'e dreewd and his over-:
s --a- I ta11. a t1 II t n flni w2e thr ahb the s.w. to
ft fte 4 1e -&= tIo e Aire seat neigbtor. tIo gt a prn of bat
t w e GRO UW TH. eaie with whib to nrake theb ire. I
st.o m-it. Thes eits alem a tlltini *'gi i *. J .. :i. r I oil i."I heWr
in-e legaoas **no 1t t Is t. t k,; ir :' : h- Ian
f' Mg I or of wMirreieo I. Reioved by Lydia E. Pmk* *.: '.
S of wwrb the tW ldl, ,M of h tbr 'sV-t" a" b't: l" "' '' "'" "1 *A :I "w
no y bhe f Ve to irt oV -W Trri nuo nr4l It W.IU *>n the man
wfm eb ar utihe. Ih t teM. Sek IBed la. Lydia E. Pink. t(terie In lbi kit, hu It wae halt
-- t erren 4r m do e- *l hm's Vo&tabl Compeumad brkt ard full of tinder liif '!!c Ir :.nl trls
:- d te *llstkat %o. .\o 7UT tbtar of ,I t ,d y doenot knw wb-bt t',nl.r is
toisi- the errtk ly trietvwral fthOIrIo"fthe aor WAS
o I f t O a mlinrsl tw, nre best+ N*w. whtemerr was In te klt belu ln
mmg ae ite tlrpudBeaely. ckrelartd had. 1 h he 1 wrtins aod flmuod that the last
SI owy y ilul aepmt Id pefte aid that only ar b,4t real rof b wtnrW rr ha I --,ne out
Soat l r epoh rte ese o tItoslo l tk d rAn d 'n t'o-,#..r I r. *' .I r?' k
4W 0 M 0of of g0 A oft am sf lime. 1a- Tenr) the steel with tthe fint iLu.artli v anil f-
m ,lim p"1 to tStlfoloe ften ee natil a redbit spark ell on the
S g ~ -- ft s a wn eto. tl d' I tInder; thel rve carefully lsh blew
ft#e m Is W_ inn of fa c -ulityWokam withther breath on aMy fakes of the
f g-agM -eeaTe di ed m*1hamCosvowdl tindetr wbki*h ad lighted until shb had
4 &eASe t eh InA forftthasWmade ais quite a l ttle cove of Igbhted tinder.
8 g I satd -d MA wa t es a r r- eag sad weU T im she took what we called a brim-
'- .-- f.. ta e.L olr .. MA P Y- I fully i he little bo. b e. It ll
"i s Wit *- JOWLthings worked well. thi brimmtoe
ft I Iw 4 60 I"u68 4 1 ,h, li crad sod the wrod of the match'
1.i ''.i 1r111. 01" oLRM C.' ,mligh ed., ad sbe ,,litd t, codle.

feil m hnI u m i tr 041L .1 gft tfor inder e In inlittle ,as the day I;

S WIm, et Thne In tho M day old womn It l u. Tink *
MS .se I jh" .aIk at the door and ask y4ou1 to Iy se Iwe
1oIN s mi hat 0a0 a u trbudles of muara Iw. They radl made I
s them t do ieg %m q4t1 11 O uc1 a s. tB-thesen thems ofti bof brio a ofIn fi ur
II wIoi so IIf as. b the sd ie proves the t ch ly. :or hi Bti hert ba.* s in t
Sm IW m a Yie ..... resse y. ad h t r *it -y nivt It Wtt l e's C.tii i
Sto-----nodes ao dn bope to weie the -0i. Ipr It.-.1!
f1M1h 1 erer beIardI* 4 .f W iaLIM wii:f -l i




am.os e .. m., e s. el a.oM b W. Ne. Jon.
hAM *low s dwaue .i A Living Selete
So. w 1 ,t," a Is the isaw condition of any chid ld
161m m < l~ or attrste aormA I Oat edlir. Think
111 11 -pp er MIUESS MET HOOs. *,j having something In your stonacs'
S0 sWib 1s or~ sthe o hat eats all you take as nourishment
10 '&h0 6. ie# Vim. v o. IMtf A t e OM. a. 0do'.. NineM-atenl of lthe babies thae worm
|. N w W s t W As sa l maybe your has He c rtain that
S. pg-- n r pie nem Isi tl aM tlht mtono Irw y iu ha not by giving It White s Cream
Ps sne Mhrm a AN orb. decide to embark I the bune of 'eralfuge it wxpel.i all worms and
Sa "ft wM go- tUt 5IM m m t ato mp to co is a toni for tlhe taby. Pa'2 a.
amsew n ha pth sbame nseof t1h we'll knowUL mak cests. gold by W. lJodsoh.
sMM a d f erS It is Importast that It mould
A t" a ae oft have a alga o r.rlk-sat or attractie au. Always Dreaded the 14th.
M M Waft *0Va A ut. rigt at the foutet, youi discover Most daismaI of all an c the Utage
that It in almost Impossible to secure was f irin.kil. the cl rown amnid
e at factory sa o a aew srup father latlhered rim I. [Iehad that
Its color. traa rency and cle rom crs alto drel .le irtal n da e I l I
tIMg W* i 9n0e the title o b u of **a pls o masy 'sb *r ;rimd r m
S "____ I ...r.ly .r ..i-..'. a o n ... ...ted th.th o. r.ia mnth. and when
a. tracillv 5..und. gut you cannot see It ..s Io.r bd e rii n ard h blussef as
W in the word amber.' for you Ind that :atie l't. *w next lie was burn.
M** S thI n itone of a ist of I lweltui r *ovm ohbrietened and i rri- i id the 14th
f t f itwm o,nth. siud. l elwi. di'eautented
mepWtyd by registratiou as a reote with all there etentat. we will bope his'
C ** emted byr "It-u s i hath .ia fm ar'h i4. 17%S. saei'deAd hime
asom alwa" wares y w 1$8"r measutr years ago b) one of


11 =11 OMW 8981UCRIL o W.IWIII AUSMIKU mooall111akelsCI
W Oa we ast Ad lm t. They hay e otered urer iera ulrrd
lSaies In the lmaul aquaterr sof a eeiatosury.
ir 1111111 t es 101 w oe'sKid neyailingly paying the regItiet.1111n-
VIOL harxe~s of S.fflfurr %e-r) titie tif
To wa R1d SeDhis uISwe or a ourve lbwj do motui' tecad tlo u~r tisin
boom 1%Tey reMister tlacna t.0 flight -* I! e1104
uma.h bave die ur.at work Inthis titWe. b'i1lg*1t031ine-r14 the vu
Asuft &ofr tosai5 .t* lte1sm nt lar *wd.*- l'.ma"4
Mr's. L WaiTes of Sarke. VIa.. ass would vezalbark i; ?the qIml1-'-.a!114-
4e: timef I was a victim of of *alloullf' a 111,1-4;
64 uba I The kmisy overv tl fro,,tI IlepIr1fI. 1- .1,
,embeftemuWnLit ispas"WCausing a a,. "
n o a n g sest ewameasc* and I uf Iw
fae eatalmy from backathes sand
40 palm. though thea kidnseys o I n"' ..-
mU- rot" weN a' Is the morning r Iii l' O -..m 7
mewhIff O ad 0" wrmout- my 1W~atm-''
be*b hemme y kma" I oftentva li. a ,e,..!.-
OiMft au 40MOW aUW. Iratar rIl. al a. *
III rad aheu Doss'st P Kidy PUlls t1h l* 81-1.1 '1 tao.? I'Be. a,.a 1:, I 1I
-r a. hex SI.. usb". Nis" Going, itaus lo.
Obew I bhae" hiss free from hec I mbacklag r I.
-- -a' 1 Thre m. s t tad nemem easI. Imets.. F ,ibiand iu Aa'' law!lu
rr e T asa.----- --810 aemen d a" ea i r'!
171Iwwass waL 1153 KMA Car&
ma wareingnsdtheM as theI This is to certify that all druxgisaa'to
6M hussy resiady I ever u"e.- lase autborized to refund yotit'r m**"vio.
PW Mlb aMM d"mlsus. WMIttif oley's Houry and Tar fe.&-. toon
611111L fwo-NMblos nCo.. Iuftalo.
,w a or e dUyourrough or cold It stamI mht
I -uugb. ht'a.s the lungs and ir.o-lats
Wno ,) biaes.The go-nuine ai,'int
a a loS ia'kae .1 W. )CCOItU
SCU
GET I* TOUC I I heTouchstonerI
WITH iv -j'eiI&1 ll' ie itjur No.
I If I t#-re a mul be auius prac-
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SA IlS & OUVER 41-9 14 1 nld 41eurl*tJIA'amsdo-r
___________Says__theModern Non.
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I I.. I-' I u Ii I, Iisar). r ry
-b IU iiIa .1 auot llrr efi; uUi,~u- )uU
I i I .. .' it l r I t pI aulu
S I. ,.
A Smile
Is a ( lpr' y hard thlun to ac4 uoiilish
t .re you're blue. blltous and out of
a arts 'tiere is a iure cure. for all
aluds olf tuuabLch aid l\a..r eni',I'A.lil.
ci(sattIl| tiun anild d .-1 -la |lI
l.rd'a lit rbisteo i ild %. I a.-..lui. ly
*..e it In la all s**..** Ir *n. S a"t*
,. h. ttl tl 1. 'b\ % I ) .


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,af eie'-ee*':"..'l ii tie. ma.'i. V tei couirt
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If you bar, lost or fouad asythia
Io not tall to keep your eye on lbs
Isa.IlCaI~ actvrrt'agng eeeewaus


We Ask You

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b fa Cas si. fo r"y wf mab
wil belp Vu. Rrnwnbw 9W
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COOK AUTOMOBILE COMPANY
.-F. R. MYER*. Manaour-


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ABOUT ADVERKTISING--.( 3


Write Retail


Advertising Copy

By Herbert Kaufman


personal salesmanship.
Cut out clever phrases if they are inserted
to the sacrifice of clear explanations-write
copy as you talk. Only be more brief. Publicity
is costlier than conversation--ranging in price
downward from $6.00 a line, talk is not cheap
but the most expensive commodity in the world.
Sketch in your ad to the stenographer.
Then you will be so busy "saying it "that you
will not have time to bother about the gew-
gaws of writing Afterwards take the type.
written manuscript and cut out every word
::nd every line that can be crashed withoutomi-
ting an important detail. What remains in the
Sd is a' i l.:t r,.,, ,., .. i .-- .
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i, r oncais~;~ r hir il:~

Ncw'to, A'S .a

Ic t'1111 up fIut i ('
a 1 h*1 J,'J Iar -


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;;eople
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Send your or.'dl for Job printing to


THE SUN JOB OFFICE.


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Usek, nw as- I wd quoblu4LW
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A dilld layer of mosaics works with
nall fragments of stone-they fit into more
places than the larger chunks.
The drilled advertiser works with small
words-they fit into mer minds than big

1 he simpler the language the greater cer-
tainty that it will be understood by the least
itelligent reader.
The constrnEtion engineer plans his road-
bed where there is a minimum of grade-he
works along the lines of least resist ce.
The advertisement which runs into moun-
tainous style is badly surveyed-all minds are
not built for high level thinking.
Advertising must be simple. When it
is tricked out with the jewelry and silks of
literary expression it looks as much out of
place as a kall dress at the breakfast table
The buying public is only interested in
facts. People read advertisements to find out
what you have to sell.
The advertiser who can fire the most facts
in the shortest time gets the most returns.
Blank cartridges make noise but they do not hit
-blank talk, however clever, is only wasted
space.
You force your salesmen to keep to solid
facts-you don't allow them to sell muslin
with quotations from Omar or trousers with
excerpts from Marie Corelli You must not
tolerate in your printed selling talk anything
that you are not willing to countenance in


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NOTICE Oi APPLICATION
LETTERS PATENT.


S usider.ia1til. oni '1.,-I, i % I cII
III%* to th u (;m # nimir ',1 1, ,Ij: i t a
Flrld it Pltr~or b ivrp 1;,. vgtrI,)
ating the. uteicmigailet :tI, l i#ha ir 'a
ciawtt uiider the, nalli,' a '. I c I.h.
borne Trading ('otl ',:m % uiasdr t ?h
followitigt larilplpic.t A t t I IIa Incicar
jorat 14)1_.


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L iii I f. % ; 141 %q:
1 -61 ar
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Provcsrec Arti:les of I c, -:,:01 o,
the Hawthorne Tv,' 6 1


Aa Ia

ill.; I l fl~la % 'It ll ,' i (

*~t*9~l~ih c~fI'iea (lcat .'E1'~.'


maI cotha r nclua, 4. (or I. *'iiai(r aimt
o the %TLeto (af 'r~cri:i
Attk lo 2' Iusillo.- s Ii'.. r.#..j',:.tl
vturt, r t ol'the ttlusineiEsl tu I,. 'ti-i Ii .&E t-


*i h lIy t.tis 'or,*io ratlioln -:
It. To e, tabililh a,.4 i .rr ,* l all
< r auv p ,rt of the lilI.i' -, lif lta.c ;Ia
a1,II scllitiv. either a. ,,l...ah..,:* -.
ta.;. cr i.oth. any i.J al a f t:r loll,.,.
I:.K clasnhes of nerctrh:rllalit',. tow it
dry Kodt,. notions. txi.,T jild sho(-s.
hats and wearing aflart I gncurall..!
line-n and cotton goods. silk. furs
lace., and generally and without lindi
station all articles or nicrrchanji -e u.-
nally sold or whlcich ayv O (oii uia-
iently sold In connection with the
merchandise berlinhefore r-ferred to.
2nd. To buy. sell and deal In both
by retail and wnolesal.*. millinery.
garments and wearing asllarel gener-
ally. furniture, coffin. Iron and glass-
ware. rockery and other household
Attinxs and utensils. bric-a-brac and
ornaments generally. stationery, no-
tioos and fancy goous. hardware. Jew-
elty. gold and silver, plated ware,
watches and precious stones, meats
: ..A,, rV;a. ge-rally, drug. chem-
clals, perfumery. soap and toilet ar-
ticles generally, book.. iaperlr. maga-
lines, musical Instruments. bicycles
and tricycles, fertlllers. saddlery and
harness and sporting goods. milk.
cream, butter, eggs and cheese and
dairymen's products generally, as well
as produce of any and all kinds. To
lend and borrow Inonely. to acquire
prower securiti,'s and ti x.c ,it"t and
deliver prolw|r securitlies therefore; to
at luire oun and diil-o. ,-' o- all kinds
of real and leroonnl i r,<: r
;rd. To buy. well anl1 deal itn th'th
l'v retall a.il hole.a l. r., Ti,.
graciins a d fd tc'ij s tuffs*i .ft r\ ,l ( -r;l,
tiln.


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u;ucatIt,11 aat lii. .,llalf.aL .
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E Mart lit. C F" orrimmn. J. W. Pea.
cock. G;or-,for' W l'aeock. to me well-
knou-11 to tM. the Ind.o lu ali who Pian-
o ( lt- 1-no'lro.I %rtiulvs oef Itit'rjlflra
th..a tit tha. P' i%%thoornav Trading ('Com-
1 0.11. ho r rll% a. knou Itdited1
tIm cart, nio tii hat litr-tEI t Ithe K ida
prslpr'-eaaa Art LcI l- ti I IneErlllratIEIon
a dm1% calmitntuil%-. nna foir the'
11 a 114 pia ljrloop a-a t h t sein lst forth
Wai:tnt-% tic mithand aidofficial s-a J
hi-l 1 7th dit\' of Apiarl. A Di. 19409~.
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Dl'~T1ST.
0111cc. Dn GrLaha lin6ld0IW. o'er
Saunders & Earle's store. Phoae
N'o. 3Z4.
'ii tUk. b~L1. MUhMY`b,


ane lU ova GaMe le NaiOUMM V
phasle J!".

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phem So. Gs via-le, Vta
W.E. BAKER.
ATTORNEY-AT-Lkw,
*cOLOI1TORM IN OCHANO Y.

COAiN13SVILLJ. Alaefius Co.. W1.0
00w in Havas@g R1nob
F YCKPIAND 1I &..A
&r(,RNEYP LT L.AIN
OAfBUMWLLa. .jrral: a
Ca # oiI rCer lit) propeVQ. (Lte
piN'4 sard uDaiD rrosed)u Pmh ete
tr-jrivp and farming Ians. Sind h
0 list of wtrs jew cPirfouorsale. 14ft
A C:ARLISLL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And 03ohiior in EqU1ty
Res hqtate, C'--yoneing and Oeoii
tri5~riatsee.ti All huisinesa pronmpal
attended to. Othe next doom So Sag 1
o19eI (IAITssvIz Lt. IL4MOa.s

GEO. W. DAVENPORT
PIANO id OrAn"
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funer and Rebuilder
.-tuinat'l- F'rlcilr I m'raoi atly and Ai'
W'irk (iuarant',.


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'MANK CLAIIh.
CLARK &


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TFIEtL. W. lrDINu
FIELDING


Lawyers.


r a I T 110a-a dI a- IaII .
Siir ar 'he- 1llara w i11t Icr. a ta t11.11
fapcpilIit .ia- (itathar lffI, i -'' th(hi l)ractict tn all Courts, States Sa
4i 1oIN of.1 Ilt 1 h1 tliA% tinr( i t 14 '. jVA 'I-
1 .1 d to-rltcim Ef Eiffitas. i- ici'.i tic $edeals.
I v, I' ulA I Ita (fi t I) % aIn% .h tIc.w aaloll
mot otifie-lIa.rs pi aall coaiff ict I ftc. t)Uli
!a0-!-I% (if thl- ('orlbmbr.it imian lii i t hoft' -
a It-fted at Ithe' flrp-t a iinua I ta,'t.(i v K
2-11.411 qualify : lPra'idt-it. W E Offices 0% er Gaitkil ille National
I.iuKhlngtiO~iae'. Ut-ti-ral Manag cr. ,.
1. Hulrna 1ticrt-T arid Treasurcr 1Iamik. Gainter.,lflo Florida.
IEI Mart i Iiin 0ra4-toaarh F':1. ulit'-m .---
E Ja tlt %far ItiI al i.Ii'* Ii Ic
a i l .Icca lllat a. ad' alrdi'- to o 'a %%cIil1i ,T. F. TNSM
a11 (-, I-. ati t'llS .A 1aa.11 t a i ;
-. 1 irtaa l I-' ll7 it l.allj' a i i. aI
'aI-, : TUNDERTA~IN ,0.

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!fill.* I I It .11Ia !ir I
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-I t!- a #of I I.- ..I : 1 II'naL ~ ~ '
!r''acc tic' faa lji,.' & j. 1ic.., aaia. N.;J? ,II!..
-;itt 1ii c 6 %' ?-
%I I tao1c 10- aT I
of ,1i. re-ido lot I ()f L. 10. 4 zsrs rubi Uc
-I og' ih. r stilc h th-' alilamil a! a.1 4.10i .N ~

fr 2t Iomk si. ifsItha4rlies. ha 'reI V ,%Is N 102 4040%
J IC Marts liawiu Wartm f .
C' JP Murriacue. Hawfhuru~e. I saue m *.iebeslaeSs
J W. WPeaock. Hlawthawn shat". 2MM sha166U mm_

dtaft ad rrkLD. OJif tuU
of Apfl. A. I- essfhP.d9


Vae wIWWuuMnw e Oft


0


DIA


PIANOS


OND


AND


A


RING


Total Cash Value, $1,000.00



To Be Given Away by the Mercmts ad The


Sun to Citizens of Alaca Cnty!

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Each Section Gets a Prize!

Contest to Cloe Auust 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading business hos
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianos and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alachua county in three different sections. These
.progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
The pianos will be purchased from the A. R. Harper Piano Co., Jacksonville.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prie similar in all respets there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

*-'- cl' Ql jA Will embrace the city and suburbs and be con-
ITe uaiu vu 21 C fined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
The winner in this district will be awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RING.

SWill mprise territory from Fair-
Eastern and Southern Set "io com' et d m
banks all points east and from Ro-
chelle all points soutli-W'allo, Hawthorn, Ibland Grove, Cainpville, Micanopy,
Lake View. Tiuo.na anid sil points along line of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIANO.


Western and Northern Section
W'aniine, \\'ileox, ehll, Newlt'rry, Jonesville,
sby this nre.. ( ).N : 1 .\ ( O.


How and Where to Get

Vctcs
The following merchants will give une vote
tor every cent paid into theli establishments fur
goods shich they handle:
Gainesvil*e Furnioure Company. Furniture.
Phifer A Morris Co., Clothing and Furnishings.
Gainesville Hardware Co.. Plumbing and Hardware.
Mrs. F. T. McCormick, Millinery.
W. M. Johnson. Drugs and Me'icines.
L. C. Smith. Shoes and Jewelry.
Mrs. R. Wilson. Dry Goods and Notions.
Saunders A Earle, Groceores and Feed Stuff*.
City Bakery, Bread and Pastry.
P. V. Smith. Fresh Meats.
Crawford A Davis, Livery and Sale Stables.
The Sun, Printing and Publishing.
The Brown House, Meals and Lodging.
N. Francisco, Banana House, Fruits, Ltc.
Eddins Mgf. Co., Lumber and Building Material.
Standard Fertilaser Ce., Fertililers.


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Will comprisn all stations from
Higue to High springs, Trenton,
Archer and all settlements covered


Where Vtes May k Cast
Ballot boxes will be found in the -estbllsh-
ments of the merchants giving votes and at The
Sun ul ('l. 'iVotes 'nt bty in..l imtlIt tdr directed
tu the Vutiug C ontest L,|letruteU t of Tbhe Sun.
;;itc.M Ille, Floridl.


Rules and Regulations
S 1. The conteSt Is open to anyone Ilftin In
Alaibua county sho Is known by the cuductoar
of the contest or voucbed for by some reputable
person,. to them well know.
2. No employee. attacbes or relative of thk pro.
prietors of the above-named firms arse elIblb to
participate in tbis contest, and wi ipaUelpfto I
no maMnU r.
3. In the event of a mlsunaerstandlng Letwee
candidates or others Interested In t(li catoest
such controversy may be referred to Uthe o-
i doctor, of coatt. whbo o ar the persons
quall&4d to renadr decltoak .
4. ID the event a eawditel decld1-s .w *
draw from th rac s uchI '9rspda- wlU laot be
Allowed to t raofer votes to the credit of M et
candidalte I theo mliatL


DAILY" SuT


Owd Sssibeet
$1.25-Three months' subscription .................... .. 800 r
$2.50-Six months' subscriptioo ......... ........... 1,900 vote
$5.00--Oe year's subscription ................... .... 3,500 votes
For a club cf five oue-year sub.cr J..S ( ,. ';.. .30,000 votes
For a club of ten six-months' sub, r'; tons (,' .i. "*" A*, ). .30,000 vote


Newe uihemwf
700 votes
I,'m veot
Ow W"otes
35,000 vot.
5,v000 t.w


'I hte, i. 1 lin4) te to '1. itnit1l r of cIlUt4 each conteilstaut imaIy secure.

THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00-One year's subscription .................................. 00
For a club of ve one.year subscripticua ........... ............ .. .,000 ve
There id Ino limit tjo the Ilnlllnuer of club each contestant may secure.

SeIliltin vets by candidates r friJSed withtea seats
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THE IPAILI tSUN: OAINE8STI.L1. FP ORID. 3MAY 14. 1909


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TBI DAILY BU1: GAINIESILL, FIARIDA, MAY 14, 1909


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~TTOF UNSRAL gWVU~sT


hel pe Wusi md WhO t 61
ft f lappme Piro....md
dso""@l iMem of e City.


I Mae AMl -mmema of Luke a
wa amenW the hoppers ton the city
yesterday.
W. A. Lewdem of Md anopy waI
here yesterday greeting his large
number of friends.
Mrs. Allie ZImmnerman of Martli
was amoln the sbho I, as vialtilns
Gainer lle .rnterda
J. A. Maulithy. the C(amlpvlle
brick mian, sat. (rtttrat (lnl husines'-
II I i I.?I ( t \ r' "
i : .t, : .1 f C.+h IIrllnKg
*rii itl m e It.* ih> ,..terdav Oil a


TyJ wntlor t-o m W. L. iDmam. i. t to hi parents.
MI pllte h rlk. WMr. .* I. T. J. erk of Otter Creek was
Ba ". Ibhere for a bhort while yesterday
W. Smic of Lakebs was l looking after business niatters.
BIII y Yrd. Mi Ltona Kirchaln. an acconm
W. C. Iague remtarl to his home lpsbed young lady of (edar Key
at All a dFl. was shopping In the city yeaterda..
Mrs. J. .L M iord hasS retMUre C. C. HarvUle ofr llh 81pring. one
w i ab at viet to S hae Tie. ifthe older citiseas of that pleee.
Po Ws AuiM e wW m amy was amg the vItltors here yester
.4 e. Ptee Me. lay.
I il.UL st I& er I r s----l. 0. Iaterltn o HIgh *prings
SMam t I t here esae ra who has beme here for the past e-
e. mIl days attending erit, returned
SL o A. S mm -- to him home yesterday.
w m a Vtiar to the efty y "Th S ome Clas" to Blue Rib-
ba -emm and vanlla extracts. Be.
I3. Lr. I& L m Se n dl de berltag pure. absolutely, they
I M l hv to er the Real Prult Plavor.
A o A ea e metleag of Mildred LaN
--- -- Chapter. U. D. C., will be hld at
w h M at va IE. I I the bee of Mrs. J. D. Stringfellow
l aI t his afterseo 4 o'clock.
Ir&L W mt of Arred o MIra J.. rI Drts of Menthrook was
WI I L-al lkag alftr b'.I- tle shoppers I Ganlaeevllk
an AWOL T rladay. She was mampaued by
1- P. i4a a. o fMin ML ralunk, also of Meotbrook.
u-ulmueb--1 **seuLa Mrs. L. D. Nedia ad daughter.
"I l eroMis Mary, Il t yesterday for Worth-
_b@on i Springe and will speed the
--T "b is tosawst several days at this popular re-
1 heS 0 and Aip iWL
MUS SM 1r W. JU whso Pre6. J. Welts returmd yesterday
.-A L IMeSN i d BMleMe, a naval from HighI prigs. He is iow la-
e o__ .of t plce., was a trtang the Woodmeo's Band at
Ial g be .ba hrn s yeafeay. pt e and visits there regularly
T. A O198L a former Oaaesvlle eaek week.
GUN&a, Magd t-ag the city y- D. S. Cromartl. meagerr for the
de-v 1INO to i m bb at JLek IPlie rove DIry. states that all of
1I a1WW his catte hav recently been examla
I Ma be eids td the Iemty tres. ed by the State Veterimarian ad
110 00 0A r the mest few days made Use grade.
o lDe Im -alNs W t aI eor y prop Doa't worry about oa ettig beak-
4 *r. W. IL *5 r. r because we serve meal worth
II 1 Obtl. so attractive 1t for 75c. but come and enjoy them
SMi f oeb*I eaoB was among and get votes or your lady friends.
It lIe to the W ity yesterday on The Brow House.
a dnIIW euIpedlIIE Rev. T. P. Hay has returned from


AmII J. L. WUls to Breason
Sa vTlter to Gaimesylie yester.
4F. Ne lates that everythlag Is
VWry iV" in his sgtdes.

latet weimas. Dlavemport is. n.
deni bW' L a e & A Rates, Jesse
PrleaL Plao O. A. A. R. Harper Co.
Mrs B. I. Hartaeld left yester
day or her eold ome at Moultrie. (Ia.
k e -pects to remain la that secltkn


'olnmbia. 8. C.. where he weut to
1e present at a meeting of the di-
rectors of the Theological Seminary.
of which he is a member.
Col. H. 8. Chubb has returned from,
a short but pleasant villt to Waeh-
ngtoun. lie went for the plurpimeo of
conferring with the national official.
concerning bomne appo|ima intietitm fuor
this State
)r It. C lioddmge and daghtuthr


tar the aot several dayy visiting rel-' Mlu Anoni lAu. lif ligh Springsi. iar
ollves md fr teds. rittd Iln the (itI ~etetrrdaH) i a ihilt
H. S. iMole of Chlarleston. .. C.. to frien;d.s Thet'c wesre .vItoelll,;illn
arrived In the city yesterday to joLn by .Misa dwaurds wiho t.- ttlPiiig
I witfe. who has bees visiting her with themt
brother, Jobd Cheanut, and other The ladlcs. Aid Shle-tl of the.
ftlatIve for the past mevral days First ilpjltist c'ihrch sill gi -t ltA.
lA I.t at lthe-. id lA.lit a i 4.11 tLe Ii rtr i
l OA--- CLmp N. I. bide vf the court holut nlxt W\\'dll.i.
We m Ofod the day afteruoMn alid v.citliniiK. the houlr:
WolrM-M-sltealloght being front 4 to llo Ice c(r.'.A. cake
lat I'- t Masovic Hall. Visltiux and candy booths will tw lrovilded.
brother ortlally wetound. IDAY- as well as a c'll-aliiulte-d i-.mtolfflc.
TON AVUEA. C. C.; J. M. DECIJ. JR.. furlthr ue.lt l.ii of Mhlaih sill in-
Clerk. a~ade late


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Jiat arAivel a car
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o Ii' prial o4r *e


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Let Us Keep Your Books for You

L pium t ),utr li .. y w ,tl a .i -*) i i 'l- I .y I. |iI t a i
avte you troolale an I l-,,,r I.li et.l k I- ). u > O t 1i I1


Phifer Dros.


- Darnicrm


UhIViRSIty VICTORIOUS.

efoaled the Oak "alOs Thursdol
Afernen 7 It 1.


In a very lateretilnl sand
same the t'nlverrTsita "'-
the Oalk Hall team to 1


Olle-vided
do fe-ated


at thlle bImll l;ark.
The Oak liall .tartcdd the run
getting In the Inrst., shen Pat t;ra
ham lined oit a hot owie ,.er thlird
11ae'. stolie PrTond nwdl % 1 feorr.'.
,\% r the pint.. t. N: Tsa l"r %h.
% Alk,'l two :stl. r t 1 -'I- *-*'* '-. I
fir.t Ta)latr .sett d i',.wn at !r ':
trliklng out lthi Im t hre nDii nafti
retiring the side' (rIy three. hit
were nade off Ta.lor d, iier. atnid
about eleven strike-out wser.- ti, hl-
, reOit.
The i'nlervtiti scored tthr rotnm
In the first and at the right time tilih.
landed on Thoansa for a;'fe htlit
Thomas yielded eight hit., and it
the seventh Kenuard retllet.d himt.
For the I'nlverslty oul made
several ILce plays. accepting several'
diflcult chance.


In the mith the 'nlvertity
a double-play. Iouis to Price to I
t. Huater. Price. Lanlaton
Hands all secured several nice
The core by Innting
. H. ......... 0 0 0 0 0 0
V. of r. ...... 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 0


made
Hunt
and
hits

o-1-
*-e


8. O. Weaver has returned from a


The Gainesville Hand will treat the
people of the city to a concert at
the band stand. north side square
this evening. beginning at 7:3
o'clock sharp.
Mrs. J. H. Padgett has returned
from a short but pleasant viLit to
Port Myer. Ihe was accompanied
by Mrs. (rabsm. who haa been vislt
nal her for the pst few months.
David Laird. representing the
Southern Hell Telephone and Tele-
graph Company. left yterdav for
other polat after having spent a cou
pie of days here looking after the
Interests of the company.
Piveoom ewttage to rest on block
adjonnal square. formerly occupied
b7 W. L LeOraade: city water. elec-
tre lights, sewerage. bath. and all
moderm eovestarce. Apply to Mrs
H. H. McCreary or Sun office
If you desire a clear complexion
trl:e Poley's Orino Laxative for con
tipatilon and liver trouble as it will
atlimulate thebe organs and thorough
ly clhanue your cyit'er. which is
what e as ryone needs in the spring in
order to feel 1ell J. McCullui
& Co


lIntr' Il u W : in i-oiti. y .,.r;tIall knoIIii
unionlg the ha'e. a. Old Hut hl. anid
S1ho hal btwill aUlim1n tlK t-I 1 lioAel 'll(i
lIir ta\ 'linm g uI lll ii tlhr IeI- *O a '.irl
S carl. I,. alliol the IIitI Ii
;aitiiec illh HII' l ,,\ Il.. Iffic l. l
i(nd I|ol.lular i: rik of lhe court o )
I'utniualll C(o11t\ a. li e Hi i\. r I,# li.i
it athrt isi Ii tll, lt, i ll.lma ro e ta .llle '-
Sllh- l lrihiiad
Many weak. lnervous woule-n have
bt-e It reaIored to health by F'oley's
Kidnl)e Retu'ed) aU I1t stimulates the
kidn.s wso thy swill eliminated the
waste matter fruit tthe tLl d. Inapur
Cities dep'rescs the ti r\. es. causing ncr'r
ous exhaustion and other ailments.
C'ullliiiurici t(oda) andl )U on ill uon
tw we1ll laiant to take J W
:tIcCollugilu a to
J .W 'illalitu of IILsb ish ritirm
%a.. ili the it) ') t.(, rilal It sill Ib
reian-nmllh-re-d that Mr \\'illiani. hAlI
thie llllihItUllatuil- toi lo, t .I-Ige' .u
atI Ul t+lt l thi 1lli" U 1I -(I i,
:atfI l t a I. aU i %I ir ,tl o, t ,l .
a1A le ,il?,

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Rev. I W i Wallsmson

M AI 11 a 1 ,


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The growth of this Bank is prod con-

clusive that its business is being con-

ducted in a manner highly satisfactory

to its thousand patrons. We would


apt iaY ome of


Vour business.


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GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK

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,,WANTS..







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sub luwtkm hut so advrUsw
ma ttken for les tam U sets fI
wear& mak m limae. so oractukal i
oval word @v w eb la cost tig as
m adilUiwal Uas& CASH In advance
mW maomap &D Hord for Mrow
ama In t" Colman.


WANTED.

DRBBSMAKING and
work at 705 W. Orange

FOR RINT.


embroider.
t reet


TO RENT---room cottage, cl(h in
nlaaire Telegraph office.

.'OR RENT Four-room slat. furnalh
ed; electric lights and gas. Apply
Sun office.

IOR RENT-My two-etury six-room
cottage next 'door to renldence of
Dr. E. lartlgue.. P. Hiampton.

FOR RENT-Oune ix-room and two
Ave room cottages in South Gaines-
ville. Apply to Coffin Factory office.

i'OR RENT Five room cottage oo
block next to square; city water.
electric lights. bath room and all
modern couvenieuces. Apply at thil
office


MEDICAL.


QIC'K RESTORATIVE for lost man
hood. 8atisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded; O5c per bottle.
8old by W M. Johnson.

Secure a tenant for that vacant
',nlo through a classified ad. Is
The Sun

-0 so w-w-
Dr. Seo. S. Waldo


DENTIST

My FM* Lt M- um UNn


hiiwel at a vmy mthaiMre
"ift kwo lP" uufmj
/rll IId 11 l III Ii mul

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CrM w lriie Wok
A SpUIMt --Pi Hraictm

(;raham Building, Eat Mait
Street, North. 'ltols,. .)1


I


IT FRES EVET DAT!


The Bread. Pie and Cake you
eat should be nutrit.ous. The
Inest flour, mixed with pure
rich milk and baked lI the
"purity fashion.' make our
goods the most delkltons It is
possible to produce.


KEYSTONE BAKERY
Ph*"e IM f. T. Seisaftr. Proo

A. D)OLAN
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Bring In your lame horses aad
mules and have them treated-bave
their teeth examined and sharp cor.
ners dressed down. LoAm projections
cut of and decayed molars extracted.
Office. Magnolla Hotel. Phone 5.

SOMETHING. N.W )OR THE c/TI7.P.N%
ort;F(A:AI" *VIIJ.v

M. COHEN
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